Rep. Anthony Brown (D-Md.) on Monday said that he will run for Maryland Attorney General in 2022.
In a video announcement, Brown called himself a “champion for progress.”
“Sure, we’ve made progress over the years, but too many barriers exist for too many Marylanders, from health care and housing to the environment and education, to workplaces, policing and the criminal justice system,” Brown says. “I’m running for attorney general to dismantle those barriers.”
Brown is seeking to replace Brian Frosh (D), a two-term incumbent who said last week he would retire in 2022.